Intakes [noun]

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When they report, players and other personnel will undergo an intake screening that includes a temperature check, a coronavirus test via nasal swab, and a rapid antibody test.

Most people’s intake already falls within these ranges, so striking the perfect balance of macros day after day isn’t something you should overthink.

There, as documented earlier this year by The Washington Post, he went through an intake process that included a mandatory mental health therapy session.

A few years later you’d be the manager, but at first you worked intake and sat at a desk at the entrance.

This is one reason it’s hard to get people to care about something as invisible as sodium intake.

They also have said that the department’s homeless outreach team has helped facilitate more than 40 percent of intakes into the Convention Center shelter during the pandemic.

Homeless outreach officers have facilitated more than 40 percent of intakes into the Convention Center shelter.

Poly uses several dashboards and intake forms in its project management platform to do just that.

This app also tracks your hydration and nutrient intake, allowing you to create a water diet regimen.

A low, whistling sound, the simultaneous sharp intake of breath through the nostrils of forty men, filled the room.